Berry Brow Station, Station Lane, Berry Brow

Berry Brow Station was a L&YR station on the Huddersfield & Sheffield Junction Railway (Penistone Line) and opened on 1 July 1850. It was originally situated below Station Lane, Berry Brow.

The eastern platform featured a stone carving by 16-year-old John Charles Stocks which is now on display at the Tolson Memorial Museum.

The station was closed on 2 July 1966.

The current replacement station was built 330 yards to the south and was opened in 1989.

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Berry Brow Station, Station Lane, Berry Brow

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Buildings | Demolished buildings | Railway stations
This page was last modified on 21 April 2019 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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